Join us on Thursday, October 10, 2019 for the Fall HER Women in Business Luncheon featuring keynote speaker Courtney Smock. Courtney is the Principal Organizational Development Consultant at Collins Aerospace.
It’s all too common for us as women to think that if we only had more confidence in ourselves, that everything else in our lives would fall into place. Whether it’s a pay raise, professional development or even a new career, there may be something holding you back. But it’s not a lack of confidence that keeps us from grabbing change by the horns. The truth is that in order to make changes in our lives, we must believe in something we’ve never felt comfortable believing in before - ourselves.
At this HER luncheon, we’ll discuss the reasons why women don’t ask for what they want, the high cost of not asking, and what you really need. (Spoiler alert: It’s not confidence!)
Courtney Smock, Collins Aerospace
Following the keynote and panel discussion there will be an optional workshop.
In the workshop that follows the keynote, participants will:learn the following;
● Work to uncover the truth about what’s holding them back and why
● Calculate the cost of waiting with a “What’s it costing you?” exercise
● Develop an Action and Commitment Check-in designed to help individuals make a decision and take the first step toward change.
Program Participants include:
Jenny Schulz,Executive Director and Founder, Kids on First
Katie Jensen,Community Relations Coordinator, United Fire Group Insurance
Karmen Wilhelm,Vice President of Marketing,Van Meter Inc.
Deb Worm, Assistant Vice President, F&M Bank
Jennifer Zach ,Founder, Zach Coaching LLC.
Jennifer Daly, President and CEO, ICR Iowa
Farmers State Bank, Presenting Sponsor
Caldwell Consulting Group, Keynote Sponsor
Shuttleworth and Ingersoll, Major Sponsor